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Tracy M.

Location:

Arlington, MA
Hometown: Arlington Heights

Member since:

January 5, 2013

Are there any books you would like the group to read? If so, what?

The next nonfiction book I want to read is The Barbarous Years by Bernard Bailyn. I'd also love to discuss 1491. Mostly though I'm always looking for great literary fiction. And I love 19th century British literature, esp. Anthony Trollope. I'd also love to discuss Tale of Two Cities by Dickens, Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte and any Jane Austen books (I teach two Jane Austen novels). A marvelous new book I just read and reviewed and would love to discuss is Frances and Bernard. Also Arcadia

Introduction

I'm an avid reader and read/review one book a week for Amazon Vine. I teach most weekday evenings though and can only attend book groups sporadically but I'm always looking for books to read and discuss for evenings I'm not teaching, between terms.


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